Sadly walking in the wrong direction
actions: sharpening, shadows pushed a bit
5Diii, 40mm, f8, 1/200s,
F 5.6 at 1/2000
Almost full frame
PP: Crop,NR to BG, levels, increased saturation in the BG only,
You really captured the expressions here! The contrast of generations is timeless and poignant. Would you mind briefly sharing your B&W conversion
Richard your best yet IMHO it looks spot on! excellent feather detail and a super BG and lovely light makes a great image. Very well done
Very well done! I also like the lonely look to the house with the simple foreground of tall grasses and the even simpler totally blue sky. Amazing the
What for a proud bird. Super Image.
Sweet little bird.
I would like to see a bit more room all around the bird.
The blacks look good above the eye but the details are lost in
Wonderful pose. Love the colors and details.
Nice image and I like the raised foot and leaning forward position.
I agree about toning down the green and If this was mine I would clone out the
What for a wonderful bird. Love the pose, Details and colors in BG
Still not shooting, but I found a new acupuncturist who is great, and I seem to be improving a lot. So.....an older
A while back I posted a few shots of the sunset we witnessed in Grand Canyon. This is the sunrise we were treated to.
Found this fuzzy-eyed lethargic lady Monday morning. Moved like she was drunk. Wished I had a drop of honey for her...
Captured these guys along the shoreline of Lake Manze, Selous GR- Tanzania.
The new 80-400 AF-S acquitted itself
Was wondering about the crop on this one. Originally horizontal cropped vertical. Wanted to include more of the plant
Well I keep up the pressure, though I have to deal with less than satisfactory light.
Every day brings unbroken sunshine from
A couple of weeks ago I was asked by the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area rangers if I would be interested in leading bird walks, as the